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26129 West Pine Street
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Music industry genius dies suddenly after fall at his Devon home - Devon Live

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Stephen's funeral and added: "Many of the technical wizards of the sound industry will be attending as Stephen's background took him into Abbey Road Studios and video work for Pink Floyd, which elevated his profile massively."She added: "He was also the sound designer for the stage production of Freudiana in Vienna, which was the last project we did – with Alan Parsons Project co-writer Eric Woolfson – before he died."Stephen, who cited his age as "a few years younger than Mick Jagger", who is 73, was passionate about sound quality. In 2015 he said: "Most venues just play music as loud as they can and it sounds awful."STAR: Stephen Court worked with Shirley BasseyHe also said: "There's no real difference when it comes to the big stars. The bigger they are, the less likely it is they have the prima donna thing going on. I remember when we were doing a session in the studio and Shirley Bassey came in and she had a pair of old jeans on and a T-shirt. We gave her the music and she said 'you ready boys?' and she just sang."She wasn't stuck up or the big 'I am', and I thought 'that girl is a star'."Stephen met his wife Angela in London. She had moved from her home city of Plymouth to work in marketing.She met Stephen in a pub where he was sharing a pint with music producer Tony Ashton."I got talking to Angela, but we went our own ways and ended up meeting time and time again," Stephen told The Herald in 2015. "One day Kent won the championship at Lord's by two runs so I got drunk and asked her to marry me. That was that, we moved out of London and had children."That was 31 years ago. They had children James, aged 26 and Emma, aged 28, who are also involved with the live music venue.Original story Plymouth HeraldFor latest news return to our Home Page...

Carriage Services Announces Purchase of Bradshaw-Carter Memorial & Funeral Services and Cypress Fairbanks ... - PR Newswire

Saturday, June 10, 2017

I also connected on our common passion and purpose that a funeral should always be meaningfully customized and never 'corporatized,' each one carefully designed around the unique and specific relevance of the deceased loved one to family and friends.  As Tripp grew the business larger, we would occasionally have lunch and discuss how a marriage between Carriage and Bradshaw-Carter would be a wonderful win-win partnership where all the Carriage Being The Best support teams and services would enable Tripp and his team to focus only on growing the market share by being even more visible in the community while continuing the 'one of a kind' high value personalized service of Bradshaw-Carter."And on a very personal level, I was devastated when two of my dearest personal friends and my wonderful mother-in-law died over the past fifteen years and Carriage did not have a local facility at that time to handle their funeral and service their families.  No longer, as we now have Bradshaw-Carter and Cypress-Fairbanks joining our two Schmidt west Houston locations, including our new showcase facility on the Grand Parkway near Katy."Not only does the acquisition of both Bradshaw-Carter Memorial & Funeral Services and Cypress Fairbanks Funeral Home expand Carriage's presence in the large strategic Houston market, but also demonstrates our continued mission to only affiliate with the best remaining independent funeral homes in the country. Tripp is a member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes with a membership of about 1,500 and personally has so much energy and passion that it is a certainty that his business will benefit greatly from Carriage's decentralized partnership model.  Additionally, today is the 25th Anniversary of Carriage's founding, and this announcement on Bradshaw-Carter is a testament to the Being The Best Vision I had for Carriage on June 1, 1991, a vision that will live on locally with Tripp Carter," concluded Mr. Payne.Tripp Carter said, "We are honored to join the other elite independent family owned funeral homes that have chosen to be part of the Carriage Being The Best family of businesses, while striving to become even better and more successful in the future with all the support that Carriage provides under its decentralized Standards Operating Model. Bradshaw-Carter Memorial & Funeral Services and Cypress Fairbanks Funeral Home will now have customized value added support resources to complement the sensitive and respective services on which we have built our reputation, which in combination will enable us to seize upon the wonderful...

Delores Bellar

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Beemer, where she attended Beemer Public School from 7th grade until graduating in 1948. After high school she went to work at Kuncl Drug Store for 2 years and then at the Farmers Elevator Company as a bookkeeper. She married John R. Bellar in 1954. They were blessed with three boys, John, Jay, and Jeff. They moved to Walthill in 1968 and Pastored an Assembly of God church for 27 years. Delores worked as a teacher aide for 20 years for Walthill Public School. They retired and moved back to Beemer in 1995 and then pastored the Baptist Church for 10 years. She served on the board of the Beemer Senior Center all of those years. She also had a ministry of music, singing at wedding, funerals, and many nursing homes in Northeast Nebraska. They moved to Norfolk in 2012 to be closer to their boys.“If you are reading this I am in Heaven with Jesus my Savior and Lord because I accepted Hem as my Savior as a young girl in the Mennonite Church. He has never failed me in all of those years. So please prepare yourself to join me someday. Just ask him to save you and He will, and we will meet again.”Survivors include her husband John R. Bellar of Norfok, sons, John (Taryn) Bellar of Omaha, Jay (Lori) Bellar of Battle Creek, Jeff (Lorrie) Bellar of Norfolk. 10 Grandchilden and 4 Great Grandchildren. Also surviving is a sister Marie Eichelberger of Beemer, brother and spouse Marvin and Eunice Oswald of Allen, NE, Merlin and Betty Oswald of Beemer. Preceding Delores in death were her parents, brothers, sisters and their spouses, Elmer and Doris Oswald, Ella and Joe Ehrisman, Mildred and Vernon White and Harold Eichelberger.

Howard Chasanow, judge on Maryland Court of Appeals, dies at 79 - Washington Post

Saturday, April 08, 2017

The defendant, William Joseph Parker, a transient Prince George’s County fireman, had been convicted of murder and rape. The relevant Maryland law allowed the death penalty for a conviction of murder while committing “rape or a sexual offense in the first degree.”Parker was convicted of murder and second-degree rape. Because there was no comma in the statute after the word rape, Judge Chasanow concluded the death penalty was not applicable.He sentenced the man to life in prison.Read more Washington Post obituaries...

Raymond L. O'Blenis, 63, Of Englewood - Englewood Daily Voice

Monday, February 20, 2017

ENGLEWOOD, N.J. -- Raymond L. O'Blenis of Englewood, died on Monday, Jan 30. He was 69. He was proud to have served in the National Guard for 20 years. He was a long-time employee, working as an elevator inspector, for the State of New Jersey. He is survived by his daughter Akina Wilson. Friends and family are invited to visit at Volk Leber Funeral Home, 789 Teaneck Road, Teaneck on Saturday, Feb 4 from 10-11:30 a.m. A funeral service will begin at 11:30 a.m. in the funeral home. Interment to follow at George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus.

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Music industry genius dies suddenly after fall at his Devon home - Devon Live

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Stephen's funeral and added: "Many of the technical wizards of the sound industry will be attending as Stephen's background took him into Abbey Road Studios and video work for Pink Floyd, which elevated his profile massively."She added: "He was also the sound designer for the stage production of Freudiana in Vienna, which was the last project we did – with Alan Parsons Project co-writer Eric Woolfson – before he died."Stephen, who cited his age as "a few years younger than Mick Jagger", who is 73, was passionate about sound quality. In 2015 he said: "Most venues just play music as loud as they can and it sounds awful."STAR: Stephen Court worked with Shirley BasseyHe also said: "There's no real difference when it comes to the big stars. The bigger they are, the less likely it is they have the prima donna thing going on. I remember when we were doing a session in the studio and Shirley Bassey came in and she had a pair of old jeans on and a T-shirt. We gave her the music and she said 'you ready boys?' and she just sang."She wasn't stuck up or the big 'I am', and I thought 'that girl is a star'."Stephen met his wife Angela in London. She had moved from her home city of Plymouth to work in marketing.She met Stephen in a pub where he was sharing a pint with music producer Tony Ashton."I got talking to Angela, but we went our own ways and ended up meeting time and time again," Stephen told The Herald in 2015. "One day Kent won the championship at Lord's by two runs so I got drunk and asked her to marry me. That was that, we moved out of London and had children."That was 31 years ago. They had children James, aged 26 and Emma, aged 28, who are also involved with the live music venue.Original story Plymouth HeraldFor latest news return to our Home Page...

Carriage Services Announces Purchase of Bradshaw-Carter Memorial & Funeral Services and Cypress Fairbanks ... - PR Newswire

Saturday, June 10, 2017

I also connected on our common passion and purpose that a funeral should always be meaningfully customized and never 'corporatized,' each one carefully designed around the unique and specific relevance of the deceased loved one to family and friends.  As Tripp grew the business larger, we would occasionally have lunch and discuss how a marriage between Carriage and Bradshaw-Carter would be a wonderful win-win partnership where all the Carriage Being The Best support teams and services would enable Tripp and his team to focus only on growing the market share by being even more visible in the community while continuing the 'one of a kind' high value personalized service of Bradshaw-Carter."And on a very personal level, I was devastated when two of my dearest personal friends and my wonderful mother-in-law died over the past fifteen years and Carriage did not have a local facility at that time to handle their funeral and service their families.  No longer, as we now have Bradshaw-Carter and Cypress-Fairbanks joining our two Schmidt west Houston locations, including our new showcase facility on the Grand Parkway near Katy."Not only does the acquisition of both Bradshaw-Carter Memorial & Funeral Services and Cypress Fairbanks Funeral Home expand Carriage's presence in the large strategic Houston market, but also demonstrates our continued mission to only affiliate with the best remaining independent funeral homes in the country. Tripp is a member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes with a membership of about 1,500 and personally has so much energy and passion that it is a certainty that his business will benefit greatly from Carriage's decentralized partnership model.  Additionally, today is the 25th Anniversary of Carriage's founding, and this announcement on Bradshaw-Carter is a testament to the Being The Best Vision I had for Carriage on June 1, 1991, a vision that will live on locally with Tripp Carter," concluded Mr. Payne.Tripp Carter said, "We are honored to join the other elite independent family owned funeral homes that have chosen to be part of the Carriage Being The Best family of businesses, while striving to become even better and more successful in the future with all the support that Carriage provides under its decentralized Standards Operating Model. Bradshaw-Carter Memorial & Funeral Services and Cypress Fairbanks Funeral Home will now have customized value added support resources to complement the sensitive and respective services on which we have built our reputation, which in combination will enable us to seize upon the wonderful...

Delores Bellar

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Beemer, where she attended Beemer Public School from 7th grade until graduating in 1948. After high school she went to work at Kuncl Drug Store for 2 years and then at the Farmers Elevator Company as a bookkeeper. She married John R. Bellar in 1954. They were blessed with three boys, John, Jay, and Jeff. They moved to Walthill in 1968 and Pastored an Assembly of God church for 27 years. Delores worked as a teacher aide for 20 years for Walthill Public School. They retired and moved back to Beemer in 1995 and then pastored the Baptist Church for 10 years. She served on the board of the Beemer Senior Center all of those years. She also had a ministry of music, singing at wedding, funerals, and many nursing homes in Northeast Nebraska. They moved to Norfolk in 2012 to be closer to their boys.“If you are reading this I am in Heaven with Jesus my Savior and Lord because I accepted Hem as my Savior as a young girl in the Mennonite Church. He has never failed me in all of those years. So please prepare yourself to join me someday. Just ask him to save you and He will, and we will meet again.”Survivors include her husband John R. Bellar of Norfok, sons, John (Taryn) Bellar of Omaha, Jay (Lori) Bellar of Battle Creek, Jeff (Lorrie) Bellar of Norfolk. 10 Grandchilden and 4 Great Grandchildren. Also surviving is a sister Marie Eichelberger of Beemer, brother and spouse Marvin and Eunice Oswald of Allen, NE, Merlin and Betty Oswald of Beemer. Preceding Delores in death were her parents, brothers, sisters and their spouses, Elmer and Doris Oswald, Ella and Joe Ehrisman, Mildred and Vernon White and Harold Eichelberger.

Howard Chasanow, judge on Maryland Court of Appeals, dies at 79 - Washington Post

Saturday, April 08, 2017

The defendant, William Joseph Parker, a transient Prince George’s County fireman, had been convicted of murder and rape. The relevant Maryland law allowed the death penalty for a conviction of murder while committing “rape or a sexual offense in the first degree.”Parker was convicted of murder and second-degree rape. Because there was no comma in the statute after the word rape, Judge Chasanow concluded the death penalty was not applicable.He sentenced the man to life in prison.Read more Washington Post obituaries...

Raymond L. O'Blenis, 63, Of Englewood - Englewood Daily Voice

Monday, February 20, 2017

ENGLEWOOD, N.J. -- Raymond L. O'Blenis of Englewood, died on Monday, Jan 30. He was 69. He was proud to have served in the National Guard for 20 years. He was a long-time employee, working as an elevator inspector, for the State of New Jersey. He is survived by his daughter Akina Wilson. Friends and family are invited to visit at Volk Leber Funeral Home, 789 Teaneck Road, Teaneck on Saturday, Feb 4 from 10-11:30 a.m. A funeral service will begin at 11:30 a.m. in the funeral home. Interment to follow at George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus.